T-bone or Porterhouse is a “T-shaped” steak that actually contains two steaks: the bigger size is the strip stake and the smaller size is a piece of the tenderloin. They’re cut from the short loin and are always sold on the bone.
The major difference between a T-bone and a porterhouse is that the latter is generally cut from the back of the loin, and it contains a larger portion of filet mignon.
Created May 28, 2020 by: itisclaudio
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A steak is a cut of beef that is tender enough that can be cooked relativity quickly rather than slow …